Friday, Nov 30, 2018
Friday, Jul 27, 2018
Indonesia’s Village Financial Management System helps ensure that all stages of village development including planning, reporting and monitoring are effective and transparent. For years, village governments created budgets and financial reports, and managed accounts using MS-Excel or other applications that were not standardized.
Wednesday, Apr 18, 2018
To accelerate village development and the efficient and more innovative use of village funds, the Ministry of Villages, Development of Disadvantaged Regions and Transmigration promoted Gerakan Inovasi Desa at the Bursa Inovasi Desa (BID) in North Halmahera District at the end of 2017 as part of the soft launch of Program Inovasi Desa or Village Innovation Program (VIP).
Tuesday, Mar 20, 2018
The sweltering heat subsided as the sun moved closer to the west that afternoon in early August. For a farmer group in Haikatapu Village, Rindi Subdistrict in Sumba Timur, East Nusa Tenggara, that only meant one thing: watering and weeding the nutrition gardens.
Desa Jurug Kecamatan Sooko termasuk desa yang melaksanakan pembangunan desa dengan baik serta melaksanakan pengelolaan keuangan desa secara tertib. Hal tersebut tidak terlepas dari penerapan prinsip-prinsip tata kelola pemerintahan desa yang baik. Laporan ini memberikan gambaran singkat tentang pelaksanaan pembangunan dan pengelolaan keuangan desa menggunakan SISKEUDES mulai dari proses perencanaan dan pelaksanaan pembangunan desa, pengelolaan keuangan desa, serta pertanggungjawabannya.
Wednesday, May 31, 2017
One recent scorching afternoon, a display of colorful squat toilets welcomed curious visitors in the main park of the city of Mataram, in Indonesia’s West Nusa Tenggara province.
These visitors were not looking to buy new toilet bowls, nor were they working on home improvement projects. They were among 350 villagers who went ‘shopping’ for ideas and innovations to improve basic services and infrastructure in their home villages.
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
In the village of Loloan, in North Lombok, the village government allocated Rp 27 million in village funds in 2016 to repair and renovate the bridge and road system in the hamlet of Tanah Petak Lauk. This initiative was intended to improve the community’s economic livelihood by providing improved access for members of the community who work crushing and breaking rocks.